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by Mabel Richmond Brailsford
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Making of William Penn. The Making of William Penn. By Mabel Richmond Brailsford, Clare Leighton. It needs but a superficial acquaintance to recognise the makings of William Penn the Quaker in William Penn the "wise and friendly" Admiral, or in the Irish mother, who brought with her from the wilds of Clare a merry and indomitable spirit and a hand always ready to help the sick and distressed. This study is an attempt to trace the influences which went to form his character, and t. .
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Author of The making of William Penn, A Quaker from Cromwell's army, William Penn, Quaker women 1650-1690, A tale of two brothers, John and Charles Wesley, Quaker women, 1650-1690, A Quaker from Cromwell's army: James Nayler. Quaker women 1650-1690. A tale of two brothers, John and Charles Wesley. Published by Longmans, Green, And C. 1930
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Mabel Richmond Brailsford. Duckworth & Company, 1915 - 340 sayfa. The author categorizes women into distinct types and describes each. John John Galsworthy journey Judge King letter liberty lived London magistrates Margaret Fell marriage married Mary Astell Mary Fisher Mayor ment missionary months Nayler Parliament persecution preaching priest Quaker Church Quaker prisoners refused religious seems sent Sewel shee spirit suffered Swarthmoor MSS thee thing thou tion town travelling preachers truth unto wife William William Penn Wisbech woman Women's Meeting words writing wrote.
Mabel Richmond Brailsford was born circa 1876, at birth place, to Clara Brailsford. Mabel had 5 siblings: John William Brailsford, Lillian May Brailsford and 3 other siblings. Mabel lived in 1901, at address. Mabel Brailsford 1894. Mabel lived on month day 1911, at address.
A Quaker from Cromwell's Army James Naylor Hardcover – 1927. by Mabel Richmond Brailsford (Author).
William Bradford (May 20, 1660 – May 23, 1752) was an early English printer in North America. He is best known as "the pioneer printer of the Middle colonies" and the head of a family that included publishers for 140 years. He was also known for controversies regarding freedom of the press. William Bradford was born to William (d. 1667) and Ann Bradford in the village of Barwell in Leicestershire, England where his father was a printer. His family were likely members of the Society of Friends
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From the Pilgrims' reasons for leaving Europe to the treacherous journey across the Atlantic, musician and artist Jeffrey Lewis puts to song the story of th.William Bradford (1590-1657) was a founder and longtime governor of the Plymouth Colony settlement. Born in England, he migrated with the Separatist congregation to the Netherlands as a teenager. Bradford was among the passengers on the Mayflower’s trans-Atlantic journey, and he signed the Mayflower Compact upon arriving in Massachusetts in 1620
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